Design of Machine Elements

Q.  What is bearing pressure?

a. Compressive force acting on the contact area between two components having relative motion between them
b. Tensile stress acting on the contact area between two components having relative motion between them
c. Compressive force acting on the contact area between two components having no relative motion between them
d. Compressive stress acting on the contact area between two components having relative motion between them


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